Learn How to Move Conflicted Christian Voters to Support the Freedom to Marry

An invitation from Macky Alston, director of the incredible new documentary, Love Free or Die:

Last week, President Obama made history with a groundbreaking announcement of his support for same-sex marriage.

How did a person who for years opposed marriage equality for same-sex couples because of religious convictions change his mind? If we can understand what led President Obama to give his support, we can help others to make the leap in this critical religious and values moment.

Next week, on Tuesday, May 22nd, at 2 pm EST, join us for a webinar to learn tested and well-researched strategies to help turn religiously-motivated opponents of same-sex marriage into supporters.

Click here to RSVP for the webinar, “My Mind Was Changed”: A Primer for Moving Conflicted Christian Voters to Support the Freedom to Marry.

Based on cutting-edge research conducted by Auburn Media, in partnership with Fenton and Goodwin Simon Strategic Research, the webinar will share a new way to talk about the freedom to marry that helps conflicted Christians move through religious and emotional conflict to become more accepting of same-sex marriage.

If it worked for President Obama, perhaps it can work for you and your community, too.

Our webinar will spotlight:

• A new, more nuanced understanding of conflicted Christians • New Christian-based cultural frameworks around which to base messaging • Recommendations on story-based approaches to moving the hearts and minds of conflicted Christians • How best to use Bible Scripture when talking about same-sex marriage

Register for the “My Mind Was Changed” webinar at: http://auburnseminary.nonprofitsoapbox.com/webinarMay22. In particular, the webinar is a powerful resource for faith leaders, experts on religion, movement leaders, foundation staff and others who want to effectively make the Christian case for same-sex marriage to conflicted Christian voters, particularly in Minnesota, Maryland, Maine and Washington, which will hold same-sex ballot initiatives this election year.

Power to you, Macky

Macky Alston, Senior Director, Auburn Media

PS: Click here for a sneak peak of the research findings.

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